Trail Maintenance with FBH

Saturday, November 1, 9 am – 1 pm.  Join the Friends of the Blue Hill Trail Crew in working on the trails. Help us clear brush, clean ditches, culverts, and reinforce water erosion prevention features. Includes a hike to the work site. Wear long pants and gloves. Tools, training, water, snacks, and lunch provided. Meet at the Houghton’s Pond main parking lot. Email trailwork@friendsofthebluehills.org to participate or with questions.

7 Responses to “Trail Maintenance with FBH”

  1. Steve Valero says:

    Hi…just a heads up..Nov 1 trail work day is the day I am targeting to get the Blue Hills Hiking Troops out in force to help out. In a couple weeks I will be posting a BHHC event for this and then we will will start to have an idea of how many peeps to expect. Will keep you guys posted. Thanks for all you do for the Hills we all love.

    Steve

  2. Maryann King-Beebe says:

    I have signed up for this with the BHHC but wanted to bring 2 other friends who are not members of the meet up group BHHC, I’m sure “many hands make light work”, correct? Thank you and looking forward to a great day! I will be bringing loppers and some of my other handtools. Maryann King-Beebe

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